The cast of Jinn attend world premiere of the Netflix original series at Bisharat Golf Club in Amman [Juan Naharro Gimenez/Getty Images]

Netflix’s first Arabic original series shot in Jordan has stirred controversy in the Middle Eastern country as the prosecutor seeks to ban it after viewers accused it of presenting an immoral image of the kingdom.

“Jinn” is a supernatural drama about teenagers who encounter good and evil genies during their school trip to the ancient city of Petra.

While the five-episode show debuted worldwide with much fanfare, it has sparked uproar among many Jordanians, who took to Twitter to express their anger and call for its censoring.

Following the show’s release last week, Jordan’s top prosecutor has demanded that the cybercrimes

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